Choosing a trademark can be an overwhelming task. There are many factors you need to take into account when finding the one that is perfect for your company. Additionally, there are also some highly common mistakes that are often made when trying to settle on this vital business decision. In this article, you will hopefully…

Preparing for the future is something many people like to put off until the last minute, but it’s one of the most important things one can do in their life. For example, the best thing you can do as a parent is make sure your kids are taken care of if something happens to you….

Intellectual property is as important as your business identity. This means protecting your property with a higher standard, including having proper documentation and registration by following the right steps. Those who are proactive with these steps will find that they can own any official documents related to their intellectual property and dictate how the property…

Starting your own business can be a very overwhelming process. You have to figure out how to register the business, find the right logo, hire employees, create marketing materials, and that’s just the very beginning of it all. That is why it’s important to hire an experienced lawyer to assist you with accurate and current…

Starting your own business is a complex affair. But amidst the many concepts you need to learn to build a business from scratch, one area that’s often ill-understood (especially for beginners) is structure and branding. In this guide, we’ll take a look at the importance of structure and branding as it relates to starting a…

Do I Need a Will or a Trust? Yes! People often wonder, when it comes to estate planning, whether they need a will or a trust. The short answer is that we see this not as an either-or question; rather we recommend having both. There is a significant degree of overlap between a will and…

Whether you are the landlord or the tenant, you need to know your rights. There are certain rights given by law to landlords and certain rights given to tenants. The rights depend on the state and the city, but in New York, for example, the tenants’ rights are considerable. The issues between landlords and tenants…

1. Wills. What is a will? A will, sometimes referred to as Last Will and Testament, is a legal mechanism for passing or distributing property and wealth without consideration (i.e., without anything in return). A will is a set of instructions on how you want your property and wealth distributed. Wills are legal documents with…

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